5/8" ratchet works fine
You will need to loosen the tensioner pulley on your 1994 Pontiac Grand Am. The old serpentine belt will come loose and can be removed. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not exist until 1993.
how to replace a serpentine belt on 1992 grand am 2.3l
How do you replace the serpentine belt in 1997 sunfire
There is a idle pully that you put a socket and rachet on and rotate it so that it takes the tension off the belt.
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Its under the hood you need a 24 mm socket
1 of all its called a serpentine belt and u have 2 jack up the engine
about every 60,000 miles. check it for cracks and stains. if its bad replace it.
not from the factory
The serpentine belt goes around all of your pullies in the front of your motor, behind the radiator.
There should be a place on the tensioner to insert a ratchet wrench or breaker bar without a socket or a "nut" for a socket to fit. Turn the tensioner clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen the tension (some tensioners rotate clockwise and some counterclockwise) and remove the old serpentine belt - NOTE: be sure and note how the belt is routed so you can install the new one in the same routing.
The serpentine belt can be removed by using a rachet/socket and turning the spring loaded tension pulley clockwise. Reverse the order to install the new one. (The pulley should be somewhere in the top/middle section of the drive area.
with an oil drain pan and a socket...make sure you have more oil to put back in...
Hi- The numbers on my socket are "E8 S-K"
diagram for 2003 grand marquis belt installation
i have a 98' Pontiac grand prix gtp. i got the 2 serpentine belts replaced for $200.
yes you do otherwise nothing works
u need a 36mm socket!
Remove battery connections, then slacken the serpentine belt. Removal of alternator is simple and straightforward, 3 bolts, replace in reverse order.
For the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, you'll need a 1/2" socket wrench. The longer the wrench the better, i.e. a long breaker bar. The spring retention arm has a square hole for the 1/2" socket to be placed. Once placed, you can adjust tension for serpentine belt removal or application. Follow the belt route guide on the "little sticker" near the belt under the hood. If you don't have a 1/2" socket wrench, I'm pretty sure you can rent the necessary tool at Autozone for free (deposit returned when tool returned). This method works for many different vehicles, makes, and models.
Open the trunk, locate and remove the defective bulb from the socket assembly in the tail light assembly. Replace the bulb with a new one, and lock into socket. Close trunk.
There is a picture in the motor compartment.
5 U.S. quarts with filter change ( according to my Chilton's repair manual ) for the 302 or 351 cubic inch V8 engines ( 5.0 or 5.8 liter V8 engines )